Find Your Dream Cycling Holiday with Pedal Ventures

Why a cycling holiday with Pedal Ventures?

  • 100% Financial Protection
  • Friendly, passionate UK service
  • Self-guided and guided options
  • Detailed route guides and maps
  • Luggage transfers included
  • Options for all abilities
  • Special offers for groups of 6+

The concept behind Pedal Ventures cycling holidays is simple, it was born out of a desire to create a company which infuses our passion for cycling, food, wine, culture and adventure and to be able to offer our like minded customers a holiday which combines these elements. With more than 10 years experience in the travel industry, we understand what our customers want from us and their holiday; expertise and knowledgeable advice, aPTSnd to feel free and independent; this is reflected in our excellent service.

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Difficulty Levels

Easy

Easy biking across nearly flat landscape with the possibility of some minor inclines/hills on some days. The daily distances will be between 15-30km a day and we advise that you have at least familiarised yourself with riding a bike before departing for your holiday.

Leisurely

Biking across flat terrain you may encounter some climbs from time to time, sometimes short but steep. Be prepared to cycle between 25 and 40 km per day, and we recommend you usually ride on a monthly basis and are not afraid to take on a few hills.

Moderate

Strenuous routes in hilly regions where climbs cannot be avoided. You are used to cycling on a weekly basis and perhaps have been on a cycling tour previously. You are ready to cycle between 35 and 60 km per day.

Challenging

This classifies our Road Bike (drop-handlebar) tours and the more serious and strenuous leisurely biking in mountainous regions. The climbs are more frequent, longer and steeper. Also be prepared to ride for longer distances and spend more time in the saddle.

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